Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor says having a stroke changed his life. Democrat John Fetterman made that remark as he runs for the U.S. Senate. NBC News agreed to a closed captioned interview with Fetterman and he said things that have changed include conversations with his wife and children. He admitted he misses words from time to time, but he hasn’t lost any memories. Fetterman’s race against Dr. Mehmet Oz is being closely watched as it could determine which party controls the Senate.